We are pleased to announce that out of 510 nominees Hollman Inc was selected as a finalist for D CEO Magazine: Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Award for our achievements in Corporate Social Responsibility. Additional finalist in the Corporate Social Responsibility category are: Bank of TexasDallas Mavericks and the Mavs FoundationHollman Inc.PNC Financial Services GroupTexas…
The Hollman Research & Development team has worked alongside many well-known companies and sports teams like the Dallas Mavericks to develop healthy locker solutions. The Dallas Mavericks incorporated Nanolam, an anti-microbial surface to their lockers to protect…
Travis Hollman, Philanthropist and Founder of Hollman, Inc. discusses how people think about their personal belongings and the spaces they occupy. Hollman, which controls over 70% of the billion-dollar locker market, shares the latest in how design and technology is transforming your father’s high school locker into one equipped with video monitors, device charging stations, and motorized shelves.
A NOTE TO OUR CUSTOMERS At Hollman Inc., the health and well-being of our employees and customers is our top priority. Our mission is to provide premium services to our customers while making a…
What are the common needs for athletics departments when it comes to team rooms?
How is this different from a locker room? Do some schools combine the two? Yes, the trend is to combine the team room and locker room into one atmosphere. The locker room is an area where the players typically spend most of their time. It’s great to combine the two rooms so that the players can utilize the space to hang out, play pool or study. A trend we have seen for the basketball locker rooms is to incorporate an area to study within the locker itself. A good example of this is Texas A&M basketball. For those student-athletes part of the space created was an integrated student-athlete desk to provide room for their computers and books as well as their basketball uniform, shoes and shower needs.
[VIDEO] Yahoo! Finance Interviews CEO, Travis Hollman Hollman, Inc. creates locker rooms for NFL teams like the New Orleans Saints and companies like Google and Facebook. This year, it expects to bring in $72…
Rather than just retailing a catalog of mix-and-match prefab storage boxes (although they do that, too), Hollman brands itself as a high-end interior architecture designer that creates bespoke, commissioned solutions that fit individual clients’ needs. Hospitals, spas, and museums—places where people need to store their stuff without feeling like they’re entering a public pool or surrendering personal items in a jail—followed suit. “It just kind of transformed over the years from a basic business to what it is today,” Hollman says.
Hollman Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of sports, fitness and office lockers, has started the Hollman HELPs program to offer employees the opportunity to go to college for free.
CHICAGO — Theo Epstein, Cubs’ president of baseball operations, said that he felt like an interior designer in the years and months he spent seeking player input on the team’s new 30,000-square-foot clubhouse.
The result is a players’ paradise three times larger than the old space. Epstein said the opening of the facility means the Cubs will likely try to host free agents in the offseason as opposed to traveling to meet them, as they often did in the past.
The BoardRoom magazine, the official publication for the Association of Private Club Directors (APCD) and the Distinguished Clubs, awarded Hollman Locker Firm of the Year, during its annual “Excellence in Achievement” program.
Hollman Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of sports, fitness and office lockers, is proud to announce Sue Hwang, executive vice president of Hollman Inc., has been selected as a 2018 Women in Business honoree by the Dallas Business Journal.
Dallas, TX, August 20, 2018 –(PR.com)– Hollman Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of sports, fitness and office lockers, is proud to announce Travis Hollman, CEO of Hollman Inc., has been selected as a 2018 Most Admired CEO by the Dallas Business Journal.
Travis Hollman, CEO of Irving, Texas-based Hollman Inc., is often the person teams hire. His company has helped to design and construct locker rooms for 24 sports teams across the four major U.S. sports leagues, including the NFL’s New Orleans Saints, the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and Major League Baseball’s Chicago Cubs.
Hollman, the largest locker manufacturer in the country, is now bringing their forty years of locker-building experience to the Phenolic Locker market. Phenolic Lockers are typically called for in projects including aquatic centers and recreation centers – locations where rugged use and high levels of moisture are anticipated. Hollman takes this a step further, introducing Phenolic Lockers that are as attractive as they are strong.
When the Texas A&M football team arrived at fall camp Thursday, they had a nice surprise waiting for them.
The Bright Complex, the home of the Aggies football program, is undergoing a massive renovation that in total, is a $20.8 million project. The team areas alone, which include the locker rooms, hallways, meeting rooms, sports medicine facility and hydrotherapy pool for example, cost $16.8 million. This is in addition to the Kyle Field renovations, a $450 million campaign that is expected to be completed in 2015.